Provided by: grc_1.5_all
grc - frontend for generic colouriser grcat(1)
grc [options] command [args]
grc will execute command command with optional parameters [args] piping its stdout or stderr into grcat, with apropriate configuration file. Configuration file for grc is determined by /etc/grc.conf file. Format of /etc/grc.conf: each entry consists of 2 lines, between entries there can be any number of empty lines or lines beginning with # (comments) First line is regular expression, second line the name of configuration file for grcat. Configuration file after the first regular expression matching command [args] will be passed to grcat as its configuration file
--help Show summary of options. --version Display version. -e --stderr Redirect error output. Unless -s is selected as well, this cancels redirection of standard output via grcat -s --stdout Redirect standard output. Used to redirect standard output together with --stderr option. --colour=x x is one of on off auto --colour=on will colourise (default) --colour=off will just execute command without colourising. --colour=auto will test if standard output is a tty, and colourise only when it is.
Written by Radovan Garabík <garabik @ kassiopeia.juls.savba.sk> GRC(1)